Tour Update 2/4/2016

4 02 2016

Here’s an update from the Facebook Event Page. Just a reminder that it’s the best place to keep abreast of developments with the tour.

This just in from publisher Ted Savas:

“Just a quick note since a couple people have contacted us already for copies of Gottfried’s “The Maps of First Bull Run” atlas.

“We have ONLY 35 left at our SB office. The warehouse is out, and there are no more to be sold.

“If you want a copy with a signed author book plate, let us know fast and we will provide free shipping to you. You can call and get one at 916-941-6896, or email us at sales@savasbeatie.com / or through our website at http://www.savasbeatie.com.”





Manassas Battlefield Trust

2 02 2016

Battlefield Trust

I spoke on the phone today with Debra Kathman, executive director of the Manassas Battlefield Trust. It sounds like she has lots of good things planned for the future, so keep an eye out. You can visit their website here, follow them on Facebook here, and get their Twitter feed here.





Tour Update 2/1/2016

1 02 2016

We are working on the itinerary for the tour. Things are shaping up, but I must emphasize the ground rules:

1 – YOU MUST BE WILLING TO CAR POOL. This is essential to logistical success, and we all know amateurs study tactics, while professionals study logistics.

2 – THERE WILL BE MUCH WALKING, over rolling ground. Get ye to the nearest treadmill. You have just under three months to prepare. Dress for the weather. And weather changes, if you haven’t noticed – we can’t control it.

3 – BRING A BAG LUNCH. You won’t have time to scoot out to Bob Evans or Subway, neither of which paid for this product placement. I’ll have bottled water on hand, but can’t promise it will be very cold.

4 – LET ME KNOW THAT YOU ARE COMING. Preferably on the Facebook event page here, by clicking the “Going” button, or the “Interested” button if you’re not sure. If that changes, just change your status to “Not Going.” The Facebook event page is the best place to keep up on what’s going on with the plans, book recommendations, and the like. If you’re still living in the (19)90s, you can continue to express interest in attendance in the comments section to this earlier post.